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From jan iversen <>
Subject Re: [RELEASE]: new snapshot base don revision r1400866
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2012 19:23:13 GMT
Please allow a "side-question".

Can the UNO command also be used to identify where a string is used in the
UI framework and not only the source code where it is programmed ?

my problem is that I was told that it would be of high value to language QA
if the system could provide screenshots showing where a string was used.
But today I can relate a string to a source, and not to how I access/see it
in a running AOO.

I know I can build AOO to show the key identifiers which helps a lot, but
it still does not help to find the string.

Thanks for your help in advance.

On 26 October 2012 21:16, Ariel Constenla-Haile <> wrote:

> Hi Ricardo,
> On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 08:24:26PM +0200, RGB ES wrote:
> > On the forums we are testing the ES version and I have a doubt about non
> > translated text on the UI: while there are some strings that comes from
> new
> > code (new functions on Calc) there are other strings that are identical
> to
> > the ones on 3.4.1... but on 3.5dev are not translated! For example, under
> > "Insertar" (Insert) there is an entry "Movie and Sound" that it is not
> > translated on 3.5  (on 3.4.1 says "VĂ­deo y sonido"). Is this something to
> > worry about or it is better to wait until 3.5 is on Pootle and everything
> > is correctly integrated?
> you can expect this with strings that are retrieved using the UNO
> command, the UNO command is what identifies every UI feature in the
> application
> framework; you can find them in the XML files that define menu bars and
> toolbars in the office installation, for example
> grep -r ".uno:InsertAVMedia" /opt/
> Labels for these commands are stored in configuration files. In this
> case, ".uno:InsertAVMedia" was moved to the right configuration place:
> * 3.4 branch, under Popups:
> * trunk under Commands:
> Strings that were moved to the right category will appear untranslated,
> because they are now in fact different strings.
> There were also several commands that had the same string but were
> placed in different configuration files, these were moved to
> GenericCommands.xcu, but you shouldn't note a difference here (only when
> translating: several duplicated strings will be removed in 3.5).
> So, yes, the Pootle server is in 3.4, the developer snapshots are in
> 3.5, you'll have to wait until Pootle gets in sync with trunk.
> Regards
> --
> Ariel Constenla-Haile
> La Plata, Argentina

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